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1966 1/2 1966.5 - 1969 GM Style Ford Mustang Column Tilt Floor Shift Paintable ididit
1966 1/2 1966.5 - 1969 GM Style Ford Mustang Column Tilt Floor Shift Paintable ididit


 
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Product Code: 1120690010
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1966.5-69 Mustang - GM Style Tilt Floor Shift

Retrofit Series

This GM style retrofit column is designed to fit your Mustang! Some modification to the original gearbox and wiring will be required. This column features a GM upper

shaft, and a 3 7/8" Wiring Plug. Comes complete with a female end plug for your wiring. To install, simply remove your old column, saving your original under dash mount and floor mount. Use an ididit installation kit to install your new steering column in place of the old. Using an adpator, add an aftermarket steering wheel and the gripping surface of the new wheel will be in the same location as the original. Because the GM Style column uses the standard GM wiring harness, dimmer/wiper and cruise control options CAN be added to the column.

Please Note: A stock Ford steering wheel WILL NOT bolt to the ididit GM Style Mustang column.

Standard Features

8-Position Tilt
Self-Canceling Turn Signals
4-Way Flashers
Knobs & Levers
3 7/8" Wiring Plug
3/4" 36 Lower Shaft

Steering Wheel Adaptor Required (for Aftermarket Wheel)
1969 or Newer GM Passenger Car
3, 5, 6, and 9 Bolt patterns available

  • Collapsible
  • No
  • Column Finish
  • Natural
  • Column Lower Output Shaft
  • 3/4 in. 36-spline
  • Column Material
  • Steel
  • Gear Indicator Included
  • No
  • Hazard Switch
  • Yes
  • Ignition Key Location
  • Dash
  • Neutral Safety Switch Included
  • No
  • Notes
  • Use an aftermarket steering wheel with a 1969-94 GM adapter.
  • Quantity
  • Sold individually.
  • Telescoping
  • No
  • Tilt
  • Yes
  • Turn Signal Switch Included
  • Yes


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